Young Buck Weighs in on 50 Cent's The Lost Tape

Young Buck Weighs in on 50 Cent's The Lost Tape

Young Buck reviews 50 Cent’s latest mixtape.

Published May 31, 2012

Young Buck may have a tumultuous history with former label boss 50 Cent, but that doesn't mean he can't enjoy the man's music. In a recent video that surfaced on the Internet, Buck can be seen playing 50's new mixtape The Lost Tape for the first time, dancing along to a few tracks and offering his (mostly positive) opinion

"Just checkin' s--t out," he says at the beginning of the video before pressing play. "Am I wrong for checking something out? I wanna hear it, too, ya feel me?"

When the music starts playing, Buck can be seen smoking and nodding his head, grooving along with the beat. He expresses approval for new G-Unit artist Kidd Kidd, who makes several appearances on The Lost Tape.

"Kidd Kidd alright though. I ain’t never met him though, but I f--k with him. I mean before he even got down with G-Unit. S--t, I ain’t got no problem with dude,” he said. “I ain’t got no problem with none of them n----s, really.”

The former G-Unit soldier did seem surprised and disappointed that his old comrades Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo aren't featured on the tape.

"Where Banks at? Which one got Banks on it?" Buck asks early on. "Nowhere?" he says in disbelief after being told of the Queens rapper’s exclusion.

Earlier this week, 50 revealed that he's lost touch with Banks, whom he said he hasn't heard from in nine months. is your #1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music.

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Written by Reggie Ugwu


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